The group Republican Voters Against Trump will broadcast an advertisement on Spanish-language televisions starting Tuesday in which it compares the current US president, Donald Trump, with the late Cuban leader Fidel Castro, the president of Venezuela Nicolás Maduro and the Russian president Vladimir Putin, among others.
According to the Miami Herald newspaper, the ad in Spanish that can already be seen on YouTube is part of a strategy aimed at Latino voters in Miami-Dade County and seeking to boost the candidacy of Democrat Joe Biden in the November 3 elections.
“Dictators. Communists. Enemies of freedom and the United States, but Donald Trump friends“The ad says, while viewing images of Trump with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and scenes of violence in Venezuela.
The television ad has been paid for by the Republican Voters Against Trump political action committee, led by people who worked with the former Florida governor. Jeb BushAccording to the newspaper, and as stated on its website, it brings together members of this party “who cannot support Trump for president this fall.”
Slogan to ponder
The minute-long ad includes, among others, images of Trump posing alongside Putin at the 2019 G20 summit in Japan, while listening to: “Remember, dictators They lie to you first and then ruin lives to get what they want. “
“If he wins, you lose”, is the slogan with which the ad closes, which will be broadcast in Miami and which is expected to be followed by others paid for by the group.
Republican Voters Against Trump has pledged to shell out between $ 8 million and $ 10 million in advertising campaigns on television, social networks and digital formats, with a message aimed at specific groups.
Props to Biden
This Monday, the former mayor of New York, Michael Bloomberg, announced that he will give 4 million dollars to the campaign of the Democratic candidate for the White House, Joe Biden, in Florida, one of the key states in the presidential elections.
The one who was also a candidate for the Democratic nomination explained that the funds will be destined to grassroots organizations that work in the vote promotion between minorities and communities or “underrepresented” with face-to-face and face-to-face actions.